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How will a misdemeanor impact your nursing license?

Those who earn a nursing degree put in serious study and dedication. In addition to the demands directly tied to the license, there is a tangential cost. These individuals may have to take away time from family and friends as well as put in the financial investment that comes with supporting oneself during the years of work required to earn the license.

Nurse accused of illegally posing as a doctor

Investigators are reviewing allegations a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) illegally posed as a physician. The investigation began after a state agency received complaints about the individual. These complaints led to a search warrant and investigation of a medical building where the nurse allegedly ran an illegal medical practice. At this practice, the accused allegedly provided medical treatments to patients that believed he was a medical doctor.

NY nurse loses nursing license after accused of stealing meds

Prosecutors recently accused a New York nurse of wrongfully taking pain medications from his employer. The hospital where he works stated he took the medication without proper authorization. The nurse was originally charged with multiple felonies, but through a plea deal the nurse’s defense team reduced the charges to a misdemeanor and entered a treatment program.

Veterans Affairs inspects NY nurses, calls for removal

The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General (OIG) recently investigated a VA Western New York Healthcare System for the circumstances that led to a patient’s death. The investigation focused on the alleged mismanagement of a patient’s resuscitation.  

Borders, boundaries and consequences for nurses

We read with interest a well-written column by an oncology nurse about borders, boundaries and consequences for boundary crossings and violations. Let's begin by defining terms: the columnist writes that the National Council of State Boards of Nursing says "a boundary crossing" is a 'brief excursion across professional lines of behavior.'"

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